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Re: You may want to double check ID.....


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Posted by davk on March 22, 2003 at 22:40:11:

In Reply to: Re: You may want to double check ID..... posted by CudaMako on March 13, 2003 at 18:51:19:

:Apparently they do now... I suppose no one ever told this snake its range. I had several people say that it must be a smooth earth snake from the description I gave, which makes sense. But It is not. It is a flat headed snake. (even took it to MSU and got it confirmed) I wish I could get a decent pic to show everyone so you dont think I am nuts. But, flat headed snakes are known to be in Arkansas so it is not that far out of its established range. Thanks for the input.

:Scott

::.....Flathead snakes don't live in Mississippi, if ID is still important to you.

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Based on where you are in MS, and based on the description you've offered, have you considered that it might be a Pine Woods Snake? Brown, small, smooth scales? Without a photo, I'm only guessing. I don't know if I buy that it's a Flathead. That might be a state record for MS, but again, without a photo we're left to guess.
Glad to hear he's doing well whatever he might be :)


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